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Home Leasing & Management

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Britton & Macarthur, Oklahoma City, OK 73162

(405) 919-3507

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Tomorrow: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Phone: (405) 946-0766

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Real Estate Management, Real Estate Rental Service, Real Estate Consultants

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mdana519

06/06/2013

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The company seemed good enough. Repairs were minor to the rental I live in. My problem was more with the home owner. H4L listed our house with access to the neighborhood pool.



Last year when I went to use the pool I found out that you have to get a key which is provided once the HOA dues have been paid. I spoke with the president of the HOA and he informed me that the dues had not been paid.



I emailed the office and spoke with the front desk several times last year between the months of May and July about the home owner not paying his dues for us to use the pool. Well finally the dues were paid but the pool was closed. I was very upset.



My family paid our rent on time, have had no complaints, very minor maintenance issues. But yet our rent increased. We signed an extension on for 4 months, rent increased by $25. If my math is correct you multiply that by 12 and the dues should be covered. With a possible chance to renew for another year the home owner asked to increase my rent again. The owner didn't raise the rent for tax purposes since his taxes decreased by $40 so that can't be the reason. I can't imagine that Homes 4 lease has increased the price of their services in the last 6 months. So why must my rent increase?



With hopes to use the pool this year, I started contacting the HOA again several times. He once again confirmed the dues had not been paid. I contacted the office again several times. The owner stated he needed an invoice. I forwarded the contact information to the HOA so he could get that. As of the 30th of May those dues have not been paid and the pool once again is open but unavailable.

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